Widgets are one of the most noticeable and popular new features of iOS 14. They allow you to personalize your Home Screen like never before. In fact, with the new App Library, your Home Screen can take on an entirely new look, filled with widgets and completely devoid of apps. iOS 14 also lets you customize your app icons but alas, for some reason they have not yet added the ability to customize your widgets, other than their size.
Sometimes default red iOS badges can pile up, cluttering the home screen. There are many options for jailbreakers to customize the size, location and color of notification badges. Some tweaks take this one step further, completely changing the look and feel of notifications. Goodges seeks to create "good badges", offering a variety of customization options once installed.
Springtomize 3 has been fully updated for iOS 7.1.x compatibility, which is good news for users jailbreaking with Pangu. The super-tweak from developer Filippo Bigarella provides incredible levels of control for those looking to customize the look and feel of iOS on their devices.
Several bug fixes relating to the tweak's performance on iOS 7.1 and later have been addressed. This includes various items not hiding properly in recent firmware, and other display issues. The most interesting part is a new feature, the addition of an option for dark folder backgrounds.
As was widely predicted, iPhone firmware 1.1.3 was released today after the 2008 Macworld Expo and is now available for update via iTunes or via direct download. Most of the predictions about what new features would be coming with with 1.1.3 were dead on, mostly due to the fact that a version of the iPhone 1.1.3 firmware was leaked ahead of release.
The new firmware includes the following changes, add-ons, and fixes: